You Can Drink Water In El Cairo Again
After months of uncertainty, residents of the small Caribbean-slope community of El Cairo can once again drink their own tap water.
Recent tests conducted by Costa Rica’s National Water and Sewer Institute (AyA) confirmed the local aqueduct free of agrochemicals that had prompted a drinking water ban earlier this year.
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